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British Theatre Association


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British Children's Theatre Association

British Theatre Museum Association

British Theatre Association

British Drama League, British Theatre Association

DYKE, Gregory (born 1947), Chairman: British Film Institute, since 2008; Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd, since 2009; Football Association, since 2013

RODRIGUES, Christopher John (born 1949), Chairman: VisitBritain, since 2007; Almeida Theatre, since 2008; British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association Ltd, since 2013; Openwork Ltd, since 2014

REES, (Walter) Llewellyn (1901 - 1994), actor and theatre administrator; Hon. Life Member: British Actors’ Equity Association, 1981 (General Secretary, 1940–46); Theatrical Management Association, 1985; Honorary President of International Theatre Institute since 1951

CASS, Geoffrey (Arthur) (born 1932), Chairman: Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985–2000; Royal Theatrical Support (formerly Royal Shakespeare Theatre) Trust, since 1983; President, The Tennis Foundation (formerly British Tennis Foundation), since 2007 (Chairman, 2003–07); President, and Chairman of the Council, Lawn Tennis Association, 1997–99; Chief Executive, Cambridge University Press, 1972–92; Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, since 1979

REEVES-SMITH, George (died 1941), Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, 1938; Knight Commander of the Order of the Crown of Italy, 1939; Vice-Chairman since 1916 and Managing Director since 1900 of the Savoy, Claridge’s, and Berkeley Hotels, London, and since 1904 of Simpsons in the Strand; Chairman of Council of Hotels and Restaurants Association of Great Britain since 1931 and Chairman of the Executive Committee since 1910; Chairman of the Coronation Accommodation Committee, 1937; Hon. President, International Hotel Alliance and a member of the Executive Committee; Chairman of Advisory Committee, Ministry of Labour Hotel and Catering Trades Employment Exchange; Member of Executive and Finance Committees of The Travel and Industrial Development Association of Great Britain and Ireland; Director of Savoy Theatre Ltd

 

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Until 1972, it was called the British Drama League (BDL), which was conceived by Geoffrey Whitworth one winter evening in 1918 when, after lecturing on drama to munitions workers in ...

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